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>>> rise and shine sleepy heads. happy hump day for you. i'm in for robin meade. i'm glad to see you. let's get started. hundreds of thousands of h1n1 vaccines are being recalled. your child may have gotten one. why health officials say you do not need to worry. don't want to panic anybody. >> i've been humiliated and embarrassed. >> it was espns erin andrews. >>> is he helping or hiding? new details in the husband's role for the missing mom. >>> the top story, today. health officials recalling hundreds of thousands of doses of the h1n1 vaccine. it's not a safety issue. they are just not as strong as they should be. children who got the shots do not need to be revaccinated. they were distributed across the country. go to cnn.com/robin. >>> a husband and wife crashed the white house party. this time, there were no security mistakes. it happened in november. they are just now talking about it. they showed up for a tour. secret service did background checks and took them to breakfast with the obama's an biden's. they say it was a treat. >>> an illinois man pleaded guilty to stalking
>>> very good morning to you. i'm in for robin meade. she's on assignment this day. >>> it looks like terror suspected will be transferred to the united states. where they are likely to end up. we'll tell you. some sponsors are staying away from tiger woods. nike is staying with him. one big-wig says tiger's troubles are quote, no big deal. >>> a person with a baseball career ahead of him is missing without a trace. >>> a small town, 150 miles from chicago may get new neighbors. terror detainees from guantanamo bay. they will announce it wants to move 100 detainees into this prison in thompson, illinois. it's barely been used since being built in 2001. it's a key first step toward president obama's first goal of closing the naval prison. it could raise the terror risk in illinois or could bring the area hundreds of jobs and up to $1 billion in federal money. no sign at all. those four words from officials sending a chill as cold as the slopes on mt. hood. two hikers still missing. they are considered experienced and could use ice axes to build a cave. it's getting worse. >> looki
and the stories that have you talking this last year. leading the chat, robin meade. >> tell us the story of how your game ended, basically? >> well, when you can't -- >> the game has never ended! >> thank you, thank you. >> your leg gave out -- so you effectively were done. >> you know what i mean -- if you fall to any guy who's played the game or you start playing against guys that can't play and they're beating you like a drum, it's time to go home. >> if you'd like to see more or hear more, join robin tomorrow night at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >>> a widow in her 70s thrown in jail, accused of not paying her sewer bill. as you can imagine, some people say that just stinks. >>> 54-year-old james bate was released from prison this week after spending 35 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. dna evidence cleared him in the kidnapping and rape of a 9-year-old boy. 1974, a jury sentenced bain who was 19 years old at the time to life in prison. he sat down with john zarrella to talk about what happened. he's not angry about what happened to him. >> i can't be angry, because everybody did what
's robin meade. robin was talking to the former nba great and spike lee about tiger's complete shutdown. take a look. >> what was your initial reaction to hearing about tiger? >> i was kind of -- i was shocked. and the stories are coming in and i was just wondering, i hope that charles, that michael jordan, these guys, get to him. because we were just talking about this in the back room. i mean, hearing chuck, he is insulated. and no one -- if charles -- if charles barkley and michael jordan can't get -- >> right. >> -- to him. they are his boys. >> you have his number? right? >> he changed his number. >> if charles and michael can't get to him, other people are making bad moves. >> i think when you have these fires in your life, as i call them, you need to talk to somebody else who is famous who have been through things in their life. i don't think you can talk about to your family and friends, 'cause your family and friends, they are not famous. >> that's just for starters. robin meade joins me for a close up look at tiger woods. it is a really fascinating discussion to hear those two
of winter. now stay tuned for tomorrow morning for express with robin meade. we'll have snowfall totals and what you can expect for the first few days of winter. >> thank you, bonnie. here is more details on the slow-moving storm. it caused five deaths already. blizzard warnings have been posted for massachusetts and rhode island. heavy snow is shutting down east coast airports, and cities are just trying to cope. >> today we'll be getting into the secondary and tertiary streets to insure that they are cleaned by the end of today's shift. and during the evening, we'll continue to plow streets and we'll be out taking care of the schools that will be our primary effort tonight on the night shift, to make sure all the buses and the parents who are driving their children to school can get to the schools, and this the teachers will have some areas to park if they come in by car. alternate side has been canceled. if you don't have to take your car tomorrow, leave it where it is. let it relax, and take public transportation in. we expect all the roadways tomorrow morning to be open, passable.
>>> and a very good monday morning to you. i'm richard lui in for robin meade. first off, time may be running out in the search for two missing hikers on oregon's mt. hood. what rescue workers are doing this morning to try and save them. we've got the latest on that. >>> plus, silvio berlusconi spent last night in a hospital after what happened right here in this picture. italy's prime minister is attacked at a rally yesterday. and then a dad gave his teenage son a cell phone thinking he would only add a few bucks to his monthly bill. but when he opened his mail, he found out he was on the hook for more than $20,000. all right. very good monday for you. again, our top story takes us to an 11,000-foot mountain and the desperate search for two missing hikers. mt. hood in oregon. there airplanes and a helicopter were brought in to help the search yesterday. avalanche conditions are making it too dangerous for ground teams at the moment. but it's so cloudy, it's hard to see. it's windy, and it was in the 20s overnight. now, they have been missing since friday. the hikers you see here a
'm in for robin meade. i know it's early. let's get going together, shall we? we are on the verge of ringing in a new year and security is already tight. one of the biggest and most famous celebrations to make sure nothing spoils the party. >>> charlie sheen may reconcile with his wife. a judge thooz step in, first. >>> get ready for a heart warming story over a bowl of hot chi chili. how a recipe paid off, twice. good morning to you. and -- live pictures. you know, somewhere in the world, it is 2010. this is in new zealand where they are celebrating good. the dance parties, the bands, the fireworks going strong. the sydney australia celebration is going on. hear the cheering and the horning going there. 1.5 million people are expected for the event. happy new year to all the folks there in new zealand, right now. >> new for you this morning. rush limbaugh is in the hospital. paramedics were called after he experienced chest pains on vacation in honolulu. there are reports he was adm admitted yesterday in serious condition. he's resting comfortably. he's scheduled to return to his show monda
with celebrities hosted by robin meade. today she sat down with kyle petty who has views on people like levi johnston. >> now, levi johnston though, you had an observation about why we know his name and why it was different when you were growing upment. >> i think for me, and i say this on the show, when i was in school the worst thing that could happen is you would have to come home and tell your family your girlfriend is pregnant. for you, that's the worst thing, for her, almost the worst thing for the child in the long run. i know if i had to do it i would have had my rear end busted big time. i wouldn't have been posing in playgirl. i wouldn't be the spseudo celebrity. he's getting paid because -- what? he was sarah palin's almost son-in-l son-in-law? >> catch petty and charles barkley who always has a lot to say as well. dennis eckersley and robin meade. it sounds like voodoo, but it happened. a brazilian boy stuck with 42 needles. who's accused of doing it and how he's doing today. >>> all right. more now on a story we have been following. the new jersey dad who's been fighting for yea
and spike lee talked about woods and the recent problems with hln robin meade. >> what was your initial reaction to hearing about tiger? >> i was kind of -- i was shocked. and the stories are coming in and i was wondering, i hope that charles, that michael jordan, these guys get the hint. because we were just talking about this in the back room. i mean, he's insulated. and if charles -- if charles barkley and michael jordan can get -- >> that's insulation. >> you have his number, right? >> he changed his number. >> it was charles and michael can't get to him, then other people are making bad moves. >> i think when you have these fires in your life as i call them. you need to talk to somebody else who is famous who have been through things in their life. i don't think you can talk about it to your family and friends, because they are not famous. >> our all-star panel takes on all of 2009, "with all due respect." sunday december 20th on hln. >> you don't want to miss that. in spite of his shocking sex scandal, tiger woods is still piling up awards. associated press voted him athlete of th
because we have something special. hln's robin meade has assembled a panel of sports stars and celebs to look back at some of the year's big stories and they have some very interesting things to say. >> i do believe that we have a president now who is as much a celebrity as he is a president, and he's become that, and he's transcended that, and we expect something from him. and there is a group in this country that expects him to fail or wants him to fail and wishes him to fail because he is a black man. that's how simple that is, and we have to live with that. i mean, we do. >> robin and her guests talk more about this year's big stories tonight at 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. eastern and pacific. it's called "with all due respect" right here on hln. >>> passengers who mred flights at washington's reagan national airport are scrambling to rebook today. the airport was swamped with water from a broken pipe that left ankle-high water at a backage claim area yesterday. repair crews found the problem. they shut off the water two hours later. >> pretty much every possible negative experience i cou
'm robin meade. for some of our viewers, it's like, do i really want to get out of bed. a rough and dangerous storm is slamming a good part of the country. seven states under blizzard warning. why is the swine flu so deadly. some scientists think they figured it out. >> what spilled the beans on people who cheated? their cell phones are giving them away. >> i know you are worried about the latest on the blizzard in the midwest. this is the most serious airport security breech since 9/11. the government posted, on the web, the secret guide of how do get pags security. they call the information outdated. the critics are not buying it. >> it gives up everything. it's a playbook for anything you want to know to get through the screening process with the iding systems, who gets exempted, certain screening procedures. it has way too much information on there. >> one example describes the corners they can cut during the peak travel times. every page has a warning that says it may not be disclosed to people who are not need to know. posting it online is so bad that criminal charges shou
you can expect for the week on hln's morning express with robin meade. so tune in for that. >>> here are more details on that slow-moving storm. it's caused five deaths already. blizzard warnings have been posted for massachusetts and rhode island. heavy snow is shutting down east coast airports. citieses are just trying to cope. >> we'll be second into the secondary and tertiary streets to ensure they are clean by the end of today's shift. during the evening we'll continue to plow streets and be out taking care of the schools. that will be a primary effort on the night shift to make sure all of the buses and parents who are driving their children to school can get to the schools and teachers will have some areas to park if they come in by car. alternate side has been cancelled so if you don't have to take your car tomorrow, leave it where it is, let it relax. take public transportation in. we expect all the roadways tomorrow morning to be open, passable. there should be no delays. >> both airports in the washington area are getting back in business today after the snowstorm shut the
the white house crashers. robin meade has a peek for you. >>> so coming up i'm going to be hosting this show, a special called "with all due respect" talking about celebrities. how could we not start with tiger woods? i want to involve you in the show. i want to show off my viewers because you guys are the best. so let me ask you this. should tiger's sponsors drop him or maybe you want to comment is he a sex addict? 11 women have come forward, allegedly. if you could sit down with them, what questions would you have? oh, honey, you're going to be good. so you have to go to cnn.com/ b cnn.com/robin and we'll have information about how to get your little i-report -- give me that camera really fast, you know your flip camera or the phone? it will have a video on it and i'm going to make you a star. yeah. >> you can catch the show right here on hln sunday, december 20th. we hope you'll be here. >>> well, south carolina's governor admits having an ongoing affair. now he wants to make up with his wife. you know she has something to say about that. plus -- >> i called her and it's like you're not
an oscar nod. >>> good morning. i'm robin meade. the man accused of murdering 11 women and hiding the bodies at his home pled not guilty by reason of insanity. anthony sowell appeared calm at a hearing in cleveland yesterday. prosecutors say that he's not mentally ill, that he's a psychopath. one legal expert says that sowell supposedly hid the bodies up to cover up the crimes. >>> a guy suspected of robbing a liquor store apparently thought he had a great idea to get police off his tail. police in michigan say that in the middle of a high-speed chase the suspect called 911 to report a fake crime. >> it's not often that we have the bad guy running from the police now trying to call the police and distract them. >> police did not buy it. they arrested the suspect after his truck rolled. >>> more senate votes on health care reform are expected to start in about three hours. now the democrats won the first votes this week including defeating a republican effort to restore $500 billion in medicare cuts. the next big issue will probably be the government's plan to sell insurance that w
a new product. you use your phone, take a picture of something, say, robin meade or a restaurant that you're outside of, then you google the picture and all kinds of information comes up about that, so that's interesting. i'm a little skeptical, we'll have to see when we try it out, but right now it only works on phones that run google's android operating system. >>> we continue new developments on the tiger woods story. this is pictures of a patient being taken to a hospital, and all indications are this is after an ambulance went to the golfer's mansion in florida. we're going to update the story. >>> breaking news today. we have new video of a person who reports say was taken from tiger woods' home this morning to the hospital. rafer is going to show you that video and tell you what we have confirmed. >> good morning to you, robin. it's very startling stuff and we just got this video in moments ago of a person being taken on a stretcher to the hospital. orlando fire rescue has confirmed to cnn that they responded to a medical call on deacon circle where tiger woods lives. that
are getting ready for a trip. i'm robin meade. here's what's going on. while you were asleep, your blackberry woke up with an e-mail backlog. the second major outage in a week. you could be in for a rough day getting home for the holidays. another big storm is causing headaches for a big chunk in the country. and -- >> it's nice to have a dog. girls always want to come talk to you. >> one dog helped this soldier do more than meet girls. it changed his life. first, our top story, a scary flight for people making a trip at christmas. an american airlines plane over shot a runway in jamaica. it stopped feet from the sea. 91 people were hurt. most were treated and released. the plane's fuselage was cracked. >> not near enough to see the part of it. there are definitely some breaks in the fuselage, but nothing that would indicate it was broken apart. >> officials say it happened during a rainstorm. a landing gear collapsed. it was arriving from miami, but originated in d.c. the crew gave up on serving drinks. >>> if you checked your blackberry and wondered where are my friends, i have no e-mail. t
>>> good morning. i hope you are off to a good start on your thursday, today. i'm robin meade. morning sunshine. here is what's going on today. president obama already arrived in norway to pick up his peace prize medal. what does a wartime leader say? >>> it's snow shovel time for people struck by a blizzard. it's just round one of the weather danger ahead. >>> fewer of your nans are falling into foreclosure, thank goodness. don't throw the block part yet. >> president obama arrived in norway. critics question what president obama has done to deserve the prize. they said it's in recognition of his efforts to help solve complex problems. the president acknowledged others accomplished more than him. >> i have no doubt there are others who may be more deserving. my task here is to continue on the path that i believe is not only pornimportant for america, for lasting peace and security in the world. >> well, in a new cnn opinion research poll 19% of the people thought the president did enough to deserve it. 35% said he hasn't yet, but will. 43% said he will never do enough to dese
>>> a very good morning, i'm richard lui, in for robin meade. are you up early wrapping presents? merry christmas eve, everyone. we're going to help you get ready for the holiday, plus, we're keeping an eye on your health care. the senate will begin its historic final vote. maybe you want a white christmas, but this is a little much. how the storms could affect your holiday. >>> senators are arriving for their christmas eve vote in almost a century. they are almost guaranteed to pass the health care vote. they only need 51 votes out of 100. it would cover 30 million people and reduce the deficit, if it passes. >> it's been a long, rough road for all of us. now, we have cleared every 60 vote hurdle along the way. we stand a few short steps from the most significant finished line we have in decades. >> what we have seen is a colossal manipulation of the accounting scores of cbo and cms, two different scores. if a private company had done this, the president of a private company and proposed such a bogus scoring system, they would be going to jail. >> the next step is merging with t
to weigh in on some of the ones that got you talking with "hln's" very own robin meade. it is a special we call "with all due respect." >> do men cheat more than women? no, even better yet. are men genetically more inclined to cheat? so they can't help it. it's just the way i'm made, honey! i mean, stuff like this, this is what we're going to talk about on "with all due respect." it's a special that i'm going to be hosting with charles barkley and kyle petty and dennis eckersley. and i want you to also star in this. so why don't you tell me your opinions on that. give me an i-report. i'll play it. i'll play it right there for all the world to see. so go to cnn.com/robin. give me your opinions. >> you heard robin. we want to hear from you. tell us which stories had you talking this year and join robin. don't miss it next sunday, december 20th, at 10:00 p.m. eastern for "with all due respect" right here on "hln." >>> a coffee shop that was the scene of a horrific ambush has opened its doors again. hundreds of people lined up at the cafe where four police officers lost their lives just two we
. hln's robin meade has today's breakthrough woman. >> reporter: major tammy duckworth lost both of her legs when a rocket-propelled grenade hit her in iraq five years ago. >> we happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> reporter: the actions of her copilot inspired her. >> dan carried me out of there even though he thought i was dead. and i'm not going to dishonor his efforts and his heroism by throwing away the chance that he gave me, this second chance at life. >> reporter: as a patient at walter reed, duckworth spoke up for veterans. >> it wasn't anything i did consciously. i was the officer. that was my job to take care of my men. >> reporter: and her voice was heard. he is now has taken her mission to washington as an assistant secretary of veterans affairs. >> i will never accept defeat and i will never leave a fallen comrade behind. >> it makes us know that we're heard and we're not the next forgotten generation of veterans. >> reporter: and duckworth says you don't have to wear a uniform to serve your country. >> sometimes it's as simple as helping to mow somebody
and during an interview with robin mead nba great spike lee talked about his friend. >> i was kinda, i was shocked and the stories are coming in and i was just wondering, i hope that charles, that michael jordan, these guys get to him. >> you have his number, right? >> oh he changed his number. >> if michael can't get to him, then other people make him a bad mood. >> you need to talk to somebody else who is famous who have been through things in their life. i don't think you can talk about it to your family and friends. they are not famous. >> well, meantime, reactions kind of mixed to the news that tiger woods was selected as athlete of the decade. a result that reflects ten years on the golf course rather than the three weeks of he'll about his shocking sex scandal. >>> he's a tough kid who was dealt a tough hand since birth. we're going to introduce you to james and how he's taking his passion for sports to the mats. great story. we'll be right back. >>> trying to sort through the computer models and figure out what we're going to have this weekend. either way, we're going to get so
around his, close friends worried about him spike lee charles barkley talked to our own robin meade for a special called "with all due respect" airing on hln sunday, 10:00an.m concerned for tiger woods. >> what was your initial reaction to hearing about tiger? >> i was kinda -- i was shocked. and the stories are coming in and i was just wondering, i hope that charles, that michael jordan, these guys get to him because we were just talking about this in the back room. i mean -- he's insulated. and no one -- if charles -- if charles barkley and michael jordan can't get -- >> right. that's insulation. >> his boys. >> you have his number, right. >> oh, he changed his number. [ laughter ] >> if charles and michael can't get to him then these other people are making bad moves. >> i think when you have these fires in your life, as i call them, you need to talk to somebody else who is famous who have been through things in their life. i don't think you can talk about it to your family and friends because your family and friends, they are not famous. >> interesting charles barkley always goi
about it, our own robin meade along with charles barkley, kyle petty and dennis ericersly, are sounding off on a lot of issues this sunday night. here's a preview of "with all due respect." >> i do believe we have a president now who is as much a celebrity as he is a president. he's become that and transcended that. we expect so much -- we expect something from him. there is a group in this country that expects him to fail, wants him to fail and wishes him to fail, because he is a black man. that's how simple that is, and we have to live that. i mean, we do. >> all right. there's nothing they're not going to talk about. be sure to cash robin's entire special "with all due respect" appears this sunday at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >>> a 4-year-old boy is accused of breaking into a neighbor's house, stealing their christmas presents, and drinking a beer. i said, he was 4, not 14. i said, 4. police in tennessee say they found the boy wandering wearing a neighbor's girl's brown dress. his mother talked about how he got that beer. >> he got it out of my father's cooler in the back. how he god it op
>>> okay. good morning. so a lot of you are trucking into a shortened workweek. i'm robin meade. morning, sunshine. let's jump right into the stories here. hollywood is stunned by the death of actress brittany murphy. the mystery of how the 32-year-old "clueless" star died could be solved as soon as today. >>> those of you in the northeast are digging out from a monster snowstorm and the morning commute could be a doozie. >>> plus -- >> i've been ever since because every time i look at it i remember what happened. >> a jewelry store played santa claus by planting shiny gold boxes all over the place. for one woman, her find was extra special. great story. >>> first, while you were sleeping, democrats scored a huge victory on their health care push, and we're diving into what it could mean for you. just after 1:00 eastern a.m., the senate ended debate on its controversial bill without a single vote to spare. the 60-40 tally followed party lines. why the late-night vote? democrats want a bill passed before the holidays, and the republicans want to slow it down. >> a year after the
in a couple weeks hln's robin meade sits down with sports icons you'll certainly recognize to get their no holds barred look at some of this year's big headlines. >>> tiger, celeb scandals, balloon boy, white house party crashers. what is it about celebrity that seems to obsess people in this country? why don't we talk about it sunday december 20th, charles barkley, kyle penny, dennis eckersley. i'm going to be hosting. nobody in the group is shy with their opinions. we'd like to have your opinion. go to cnn.com/robin. >> tell us which stories had you talking this year. join robin sunday december 20th at 10:00 p.m. eastern for "with all due respect" on hln. >>> it's a day a lot of atlanta sports fans have been waiting for. michael vick is playing his first game against his old team since getting out of prison. >>> a resounding kor rouse of boos greeted michael vick in atlanta today. it is vick's first game at the georgia dome since the falcons caught him filing his conviction on federal dogfighting charges. the first several plays he ran generated for jeers. some of his former tea
, december 20th with charles barkley, dennis eckersley, kyle petty and robin meade. we hope you will be here. more than 350 million of you use facebook. we're glad you do. starting today, any one of you -- well, any one of those other people can find you unless you take action. what you need to do on hln news & views. >>> well, an ohio man is accused of trying to kidnap a 12-year-old girl while dressed as santa claus. all right. parents, listen up to this one. police in the suburb of parma say anthony russo jumped out at the girl as she walked to school. she got away, but they arrested him later on a bus in full costume carrying a sack, a box of candy canes and a unicycle with christmas decorations. a 5-year-old girl in vermont helped save her mom's life by making a critical 9-1-1 call. kimberly lawrence suffered a diabetic reaction while taking a bath. thankfully her little girl knew what to do and ran to the phone. >> i don't remember anything else after that except for waking up to the cops and the emts. >> as it turns out, her mom blacked out in the tub and, had the little girl not calle
that you've tuned in. thank you so much. i'm robin meade. here's what's going on. >> feel the pain and the hurt that's in my heart today. >> a grieving mother buries her soldier son just as president obama announces more u.s. troops will be sent into harm's way. as far as the florida police are concerned, it is case closed on the tiger woods accident, what they found in their investigation. >>> and you might want to check your stock portfolio if you have one and your 401(k). wall street bounces back from its weekend dip. you haven't seen numbers like this in more than a year. all right then. >>> first, though, eight years of fighting in afghanistan is turning into at least ten. president obama announced last night he's sending another 30,000 troops. now the hope is that those men and women will be the extra push needed to wipe al qaeda and the taliban from afghanistan. but now there is also a timetable because the president says he wants u.s. troops to come home. >> these additional american and international troops will allow us to handle the transfer of our forces out of afghanis
>>> hello, hello, hello. welcome to the show. thursday connected to friday. i'm robin meade. tiger woods says he wants to deal with his personal failings behind closed doors, but the fallout from his scandal may just be getting started. hear from the man who introduced tiger to his wife. >>> lawmakers tear into the president's new plan on the war in afghanistan. one even suggested that the whole idea may be a clunker. >>> and also ahead, a girl who was just trying to make people laugh has been booted from her yearbook. funny picture. i can't wait. >>> all right, the world's greatest golfer is coming clean about both personal failings and this morning we're digging into the reaction. tiger woods released a statement yesterday and just hours after an "us weekly" story about a woman claiming they had a 2 1/2-year affair. she gave the magazine a voice mail from woods three days before his car crash on friday. some of his fellow golfers are speaking out against him. rafer has more on that angle. you don't say. >>> so far his biggest critic has been the man who introduced him to his curr
>>> happy hump day, you are half way through the week. i'm in for robin meade. we are happy to have you with us. >>> president obama says the man accused of trying to bomb a plane should have never made it on board. who he blames for that failure and how long you may see the effects at the airport. >> also -- >> just to hear him say our home. i waited five years for that. >> that's that new jersey dad who thought he was don fighting for custody. the boy's relatives say not so fast. >> this unusual motorcycle takes unleaded gas. it used to run on swamp critters. yeah, tell you about that in a moment. >>> let's start with president obama who said failures in a system allowed a man to try to bomb an airliner. the president says there was information about umar farouk abdulmutallab weeks ago. but, it didn't get to the right people to get him placed on the no-fly list. >> there were bits of information available within the intelligence community that could have and should have been pieced together. we have achieved much in terms of 9/11 in collecting information from terrorists and terro
'm christi paul, those are the headlines. i'm in for robin meade today. >>> we want to get back to our top stories. we have brand new details regarding a terror suspect trying to blow up a northwest airlines flight on christmas day. a source tells our sister network cnn, umar farouk abdulmutallab had enough explosives to blow a hole in the plane's side. now, investigators are trying to figure out how he allegedly smuggled explosives on that plane headed for detroit. police in london searched his last known apartment there in london. meanwhile, a senator is calling for changes to airport security. >> when you think about the minimal intrusion on privacy as against the ability to stop somebody who is trying to get on a plane to kill hundreds or if not thousands of people, we ought to be using more of those whole body scanners. >> president obama's administration has ordered a sweeping review of aviation security. and meanwhile, you could face more airport security on your next trip. international passengers talked about tighter security measures in the u.s. >> it was quite the -- more than u
is connected to friday. i'm robin meade. here is what's going on. a new jersey father what fought for five years to get custody of his little boy is on a plane to pick him up. could another court date get in the way? >>> legal or illegal. what kids say is the drug of their choice and what parents need to know. >>> 13,000 this morning, then 9,000. so far, 20,000 letters. >> the busiest post office going. why is so many letters flooding this tiny town? >>> first, an american father is flying to brazil to reunite with his kidnapped son in a custody battle. david goldman should get back his 9-year-old son sean. sean's mother kidnapped him in 2004 and took him to brazil. she died last year, but his step-father fought to keep him. cnn is traveling with david goldman and took these pictures on the plane. he called anderson cooper and said he hopes it's his last trip to brazil. >> i can only do the best i can. follow the advice of my attorneys, follow the rule of law and hopefully, everything else will, this time, work out. the rule of law, god, nature, will be followed and sean will come home to
your coffee. i'm robin meade. here's what's going on. first off, getting ready for winter. a major storm is brewing. and it's already making a mess in some parts of the country. and it could be headed your way soon. as a matter of fact, i think it's going to be hard pressed to say who's way it's not headed to. >>> u.s. troops may start pulling out of afghanistan in about a year and a half. but putting a date on bringing them all home is getting harder to do. >>> plus, why some senators want you to pay more money for eyelifts, tummy tucks and botox, baby. >>> first, though, the calendar says that we're two weeks from winter, but the weather tells us you need to look out. a huge storm is building on the west coast and it's heading east. now, we're talking downpours, blizzards, warnings and light-threatening windchills. in the sierras, officials are warning people to slow down on the roads, but not everyone is listening. >> there were people that were flying by us earlier, and we thought, that's never a good idea. not when it's starting to snow. >> all right. this storm sounds like it
imagine? morning to ya. just waking up, are you? morning sunshine. i'm robin meade. jumping into the stories here. all right. getting pregnant could get soldiers court-martialed in iraq. soldiers under his command could beco get in trouble for becoming pregnant. it may not be constitutional. >> yes, you sacrifice certain rights when you put on a uniform. military orders and laws are subject to constitutional scrutiny. if you look at the history of the supreme court, in the last 40 to 50 years, there's been a long line of case that is defended the right of private citizens as well as those in the military who wear the uniform, their right to privacy, with regard in intimate dealings. acts that occur between consulting adults. >> any soldier who leaves early creates a burden on their fellow soldiers. >>> an atlanta woman who play add special role in president obama's victory speech has died. then president-elect obama said she was born a generation after slavery, where you couldn't vote if you were an woman or african-american. she called it one of the greatest days of her lif
>>> merry christmas to you. i'm richard lui in for robin meade. it will be a very good morning as you're getting ready to open those presents. here's the top story, though, as you're doing what you enjoy doing. the winter storm is turning out to be a real nightmare. roads are deadly, interstates are closing across the midwest. plus, watch as a woman slamz the pope to the ground during christmas eve mass. he is okay, but we've learned about her. >>> and people try to save a buck winning the deer that went wild in the aisles. >>> cars smashing together in a christmas eve pile-up. the wreck stranded dozens of people on interstate 40 in oklahoma. right now interstates closed all across oklahoma. some areas got 14 inches. >> there were two other cars over here besides us. we were all stopped but they're just going way too favst. >> an ambulance carried away one woman with two broken legs. they are declared a state of emergency there. at least 18 people were killed on slippery roads. driving conditions are so treacherous, interstates are shut down in south dakota and texas as well. p
>>> all right. i'm robin meade. morning, sunshine. come here. we're going to do some news. here's what's going on today. time could be running out for a man suspected of killing four police officers. how police are trying to back him into a corner. >>> plus, you might not see tiger woods for a while. he's apparently too injured to play in his own tournament. what police now want to know. >>> tonight president obama makes a big speech about afghanistan, expected to send 30,000 additional troops into harm's way. and we're hearing from one of them, only he is shipping out for his seventh deployment. can you imagine? >>> first, though, washington state police are spread out across two-counties searching for a man suspected of killing four police officers. last night officers surrounded another house in the seattle area, the second time in as many days. the first time they thought they caught up to maurice clemmons. this time they did it to stop friends and family from possibly helping him. >> they've provided him rides, money, places to stay. they've done things to distract us and s
're talking about all of them. our own robin meade along with turner sports stars charles barkley, kyle petty and dennis eckersley are sounding off on our celebrity-obsessed culture. here's a taste of "with all due respect." >> all these entertainment shows and all these magazines, they follow levi johnston around trying to tell us he's important, like they follow the kardashians around, these new york housewives. they try, all the people who make money off of these losers, they try to tell us that we should be concerned about levi johnston. and i'll give you another example. they're trying to tell us that we should really be concerned about tiger woods' personal life. no, we shouldn't. no, we shouldn't. but all the people who make money, all the people who make money on celebrities' bones, as i call it, they try to say we -- really have no effect on our life. i feel bad because my friend is struggling but let's not kid myself. it ain't like me and dennis says, oh, i'm having a rough day because tiger had some stuff going on. >> watch "with all due respect" right here at seven:00 p.m. eastern
. what is it about celebrities that seem to fascinate the public? they will join our own robin meade. >> what is the story thaw heard so much about but you are so over it, you're interested the least about this. >> the second half of michael jackson. sorry. i love michael jackson. >> incredible talent, personality -- >> i think the audience went whoa. >> but i got tired of everybody running down from the backside. for all of the issues that he had, for everything, from the doctor's stories, to the 48-hour issue, for all of the issues that they had on that, i wanted to hear the celebration of michael jackson's live. so the bad side, the negative side of that story, i got sick and tired of it after the 15th week of it, to be honest with you. i was just tired of it. >>> all right. catch robin meade at 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. eastern time. >>> looks like it's a white christmas for parts of the west and the midwest. a major winter storm is due to dump more than a foot of snow in parts of colorado and utah today. from there, the storm moves east with blizzard conditions likely in kansas tomorr
, december 2nd with celebrities in their own right. robin meade hosts "with all due respect." we hope you'll be here. >>> milwaukee school officials say it's no secret that many teens are having sex. so they want to pass out condoms at school. but the new proposal, not sitting pretty with everybody. >>> what do you think of this one? a new study suggests that a lot of parents are wait took long to talk to their kids about the consequences of sex. according to a survey, more than 40% of adolescence have already had sex by the time their parents talk to them about sexually transmitted diseases and birth control. now over the course of a year, researchers questioned 141 parents and their kids ages 13 to 17. they found parents do talk to their teenagers about various sexual topics before their first encounter. but many don't specifically address how to avoid pregnancy or stds. milwaukee may be the next big city to hand out free condoms to high school kids. the city's school board is meeting this week to talk about this. health officials say they hope it will cut down on transmitted diseases a
has some inmates singing. robin meade checks out this week's "leaders with heart." >> gospel music and life sentences go hand in hand for prison chaplain susan bishop. ♪ >> reporter: the inmates who take part in the women's choir give hope to those inside and outside of the atlanta prison. >> since 2004 i had a select group that gets to travel outside of the institution. >> reporter: a prison chaplain for more than 20 years, susan says music can heal. >> it's as much a therapeutic group at times as it is a musical group. >> reporter: healing turns into rejoicing with sunday services, regular performances and the recently released cd voices of hope. >> it makes me feel so good that god put this gift in me that i can actually share it with others. >> reporter: some people say susan bishop isn't just leading a choir, she's championing a change. >> they can make better decisions and stay out. >>> there was a lady shouting back saying things like what are you doing? what are you doing? >> the alleged attempted terror attack on a plane bound for the u.s. what we know about the man accu
to the same medical condition. caitlin forbes turned this into an opportunity to help others. robin meade with today's break through women. >> this is where caitlin forbes almost died four years ago. >> i was in gym glass. we were playing softball and i was rounding first base, i collapsed into sudden cardiac arrest. >> this saved her life. it's an automatic defibrillator. forbes moved on. 14 months later, sudden cardiac arrest struck another teen in town, forbes best friend, maggie o'malley died. >> a lot of people in our community were scared. >> forbes took action. she got certified to teach cpr and launched the heart safe club. members provide cpr and aed training and raise awareness about sudden cardiac arrest. >> make sure your whole mouth is covering this mouth. >> we trained eighth graders last year and one of the kids saved his grandfather with cpr. it's such a great feeling. >> they have taught life saving skills to hundreds of people since 2006. >> a lot of girls need to be like kaitlin and face obstacles and overcome them. >>> quarterback michael vick, you can expect to hear a
in their own right. turner sports star charles barkley, kyle petty, dennis eckersly. robin meade is hosting "with all due respect" this sunday, december 20th at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >>> a first grade teacher is under fire for how she disciplined one of her students. why she cut off the girl's hair in front of the whole class. >>> well, it looks as though the proposal to expand medicare to people as young as 55 is out of senate democrats health care bill. sources say they may have to kill the medicare expansion so they can keep joe lieberman's vote. he wants a health care reform bill but will not vote for one that expands medicare or includes a government-run insurance program. >> getting to that position where i can say what i wanted to say all along. i'm ready to vote for health care reform. my whole point has been here that the president laid out goals for this. and then the cost curve down for individuals, families, businesses, our government, our economy, our health care and secondly, bring a lot of people in who can't afford health insurance now. >> i'm confident that by next week we'll
this. here is what they told my colleague robin meade. >> i was just wondering, i hope that charles, that michael jordan, these guys get to him. because we were just talking about this in the back room, i mean, he is insulated. if charles -- if charles barkley and michael jordan can't get to him -- >> right. because you have his number. you have his number, right? >> oh, he changed his number. >> charles -- >> if charles and mike can't get to him, then these other people are making bad moves. >> i think that when you have these fires in your life as i call them, you need to talk to somebody else who is famous who have been through things in their life. i don't think that you can talk about it to your family and friends, because your family and friends are not famous. >> it is an interesting discussion. you can catch the whole discussion by the way on tiger on the hln special called "with all due respect" which airs this sunday at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >> how does this one compare? >> like a joke. >> you think it was a cover-up? >> i do believe it was. >> accusations that police tried
in the news make you go what? we have a special report for you. coming up in two weeks, robin meade sits down with sports icons you will certainly recognize to get their no holds barred look at some of the headline. >> tiger, alleged scandals, balloon boy, white house party crashers, what is about celebrity that seems to obsess people in this country? let's talk about it sunday december 20th with celebs in their own right, charles barkley, dennis eckersley and kyle petty. nobody in that group shy with their opinions. we would like to have your opinion. go to cnn.com/robin. >>> you heard robin. tell us what stories had you talking this year then join us december 20th at 10:00 pm eastern to see if you made the sthoe. >>> some people are telling the government to move a planned terrorist trial. the government wants to prosecute a suspected 9/11 mastermind and four others in new york. why these people here say no way. >>> several hundred people are protesting the government's plan to try terrorism suspects in new york. they held a rally at a manhattan courthouse yesterday. the government wants to
's robin meade. >> levi johnston was paid $25,000 to disrobe for "playgirl." how much for you? how much? >> it depends on if -- the fat charles barkley or the skinny charles barkley? >> nobody wants to see the fat barkley. >> i'm 25 in so you won't pose nude. >> what to see more? want to hear more? join robin and her guests tomorrow night 10:00 eastern. >>> exotic pets bike paul pythons, iguanas, even hedge hogs may sound like a gift for the teen or tween but do you know where those animals actually come from? after a huge raid on an exotic animal warehouse, an animal expert talked to our own jane velez-mitchell about what you need to know. >>> mr. bane, i am now signing the order, sir. you are a free man. congratulations. >> a free man after more than three decade in prison. what finally led to his release. that story is coming up on "hln news and views." >>> but first, a boy scout finding a purse full of cash. it's 11-year-old edwin myers that likes to volunteer at a local park near his home in greensboro, north carolina. he was helping clean it up along with his siblings when he spot
you so much for keeping us company here. i'm christi paul in for robin meade today. let's get right to our job here, get you informed for the day. >>> someone claimed responsibility for that suspended terrorist plot on christmas day, and for the first time we're hearing from president obama about all of this. >>> the gloves are coming off in the custody battle over sarah palin's grandson, and the child's father, levi johnston, scored quite a victory in court. plus -- >>> half my family was lying in front of there in my hands, dead. >> it's an unbelievable story. apparently that changed quickly here. what a doctor said happened to this man's wife and baby. >>> but right now i want to get back to our top story. a branch of al qaeda is now claiming responsibility for the christmas day attempt to bomb an american jetliner. the so-called al qaeda in the arabian peninsula is based in yemen. that's where umar farouk abd abdulmutallab says he got the explosives that were sewn into his underwear. analysts said that would be a significant advance for the al qaeda branch. >> for a regional arm
weekend we're going to give you a chance to weigh in on some of those stories with our very own robin meade. it's special we call "with all due respect." >> do men cheat more than women? better yet, are men genetically made to cheat. so they can't help it. "with all due respect" is a special i'm going to be hosting with charles barkley and dennis eckersly and kyle petty. go to cnn.com/robin. give me your opinions. >> what stories had you talking this year and join robin sunday december 20 at 10:00 p.m. eastern for "with all due respect" right here on hln. >>> thanks so much for watching. be sure to stay tuned to the weekend edition of "prime news." have a good night.
charles barkley, kyle petty, dennis ekkersly, robin meade of hln morning express hosts with "with all due respect" sunday, december 20th at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >>> well, colleen conway plucked down a lot of crash to take a seminar creating absolute wealth but instead of finding prosperity she died during one of its exercises. not quite what her famous self-help leader promised. >>> i'm jane velez-mitchell. here is my issue. i'm not making excuses for tiger woods but is it possible that he is acting out because he never had a childhood? he was a golf protege at the age of two and never looked back. his own father wrote two books about raising a gifted athlete. tiger never had a chance to be a kid. that is until now. psychiatrists will tell you one way or another people will find a way to have a childhood. so maybe this whole fiasco is a cautionary tale about trying to project perfection on any human being. i'm jane velez-mitchell and that's my issue. >> find out what else jane has on her mind. watch "issues" with jane velez-mitchell every night at 7:00 eastern here on hln. >>> an accused s
with celebrities in their own rights. charles barkley, kyle petty and dennis eckersley, robin meade hosts "with all due respect" sunday, december 20th at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >>> a 15-year-old girl pleaded not guilty today to charges of killing her younger neighbor. alyssa's court appearance barely last a minute. she's accused of stashing, cutting and strangling 9-year-old elizabeth oldenbeck back in october. police say she dug two holes in advance and later them to olten's body. the teenager told them she did it because she wanted to know what it was like to kill someone. she will be tried, by the way, as an adult. >>> an ohio man has just become the first u.s. prisoner executed by a lethal injection of just one drug as opposed to the standard three-drug method. his appeal was denied this morning by the u.s. supreme court and he was put to death short live after 11:00 a.m. eastern. his attorneys argued the execution method was unconstitutional. the single drug execution was expected to take longer, but is actually viewed as more humane because it won't cause pain and has a higher likelihood of dist
, balloon boy, the white house party crashers. robin meade takes a look back at the big stories of 2009 in our special "with aurl dll due resp >> do men cheat more than women? no, are men genetically more inclined to cheat so they can't help it? it's just the way i'm made, honey. stuff like this this is what we're going to talk about on "with all due respect," it's a special i'm hosting with charles barkley and kyle penny and dennis eckersly. i want you to also star in this. so why don't you tell me your opinions on that. give me an i-report. i'll play it right there for all the world to see. so go to cnn.com/robin. give me your opinions. >> all right. you can watch the show right here on hln sunday, december 20th. >>> you got to see this. when you think of a hobby for a 75-year-old grandmother of seven, you probably don't think of salsa dancing. but check out this woman, the british retiree. she lives in spain. she won a talent show with her dance partner who happens to be 40 years younger than she is. she tells the "times of london", when the music plays, i just want to move. i feel e
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